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Q: Are there any international/expat hospitals in Suzhou?

Any hospitals up to international standards with English speaking staff in Suzhou? Have yet to get sick, but would like to be prepared...

10 years 46 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Suzhou

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Suzhou No.1 Hospital (苏州第一人民医院) has English speaking staff and excellent facilities. Another option would be The First Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University (苏州大学附属第一医院). They also have expat services I've been told. You could also go to Shanghai if it's not an emergency. There, you'll find United Family Hospital and many more clinics specifically for the international community.

Suzhou No.1 Hospital
Add: 96 Shizi Jie, Suzhou 十梓街96号
Tel: 0512 6522 3637

The First Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University
188 Shixi Jie, Suzhou

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